Disco Biscuits Live at Highline Ballroom on 2007-05-25
- Disco Biscuits
2: Mr. Don (1) -> Little Betty Boop (><)(2) -> Shem-Rah Boo, Spaga (3)
E: The Very Moon -> Mr. Don
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|I Remember When|
|The Very Moon ->|
|Mr. Don ->|
|Ambient Jam >|
|Little Betty Boop (><) ->|
|'Batman Theme' Jam ->|
(1) With 'The Very Moon' tease/jam
(2) With 'Batman Theme' jam
(3) With 'Karma Police' (Radiohead) intro
PLAN C APPROVED
- 2007-06-27 15:15:31
- New York City, NY
- Run time
- Taped by
- Ian Stone
- Highline Ballroom
Subject: You want funk?
Subject: for sure
with the staggering genius of lines such as 'her coochie cant stand her hand no more / the rage of the polar lampshade queen' its completely mindboggling this band ever decided to start writing instrumental songs.
i really hope they go back to ripping off phish and raq instead of playing to their strengths the way they've been doing.
First set was horrible. That first jam started out kinda cool, then it just got long, boring and repetitive. Can't say I'm a huge fan of Crystal Ball either and the new music just plain sucks. MEMPHIS was definitely the highlight, but it was mediocre at best.
However, this show was all about set 2. They played all old classics. Starting with a raging Don, they then busted into Boop, which may be the funkiest I have ever heard the Biscuits play. Spaga is always fun, although I can't think of another one that could even come close in comparison to the one they played as encore at the New Year's 06-07 show.
Encore was good, nothing spectacular, not bad by any means though.
Overall, this show was good. Not great. This show marked my 27th biscuits show and I've seen much better, but even a bad Bisco show is fun. Set 2 definitely was the higlight of the show, boop in particular.
Sound on this recording is OK. Lots of audience sounds in it, but definitely listenable.
Thanks, Ian, for uploading this show.
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